See the sites around downtown DC and US Capitol, where the women who lived and worked in Washington, DC made their marks.
Learn about women like Clara Barton, Dorothy Height, and Frances Perkins, and follow the procession route of the first women suffrage parade of 1913.
Hear stories about their ways to change America, the struggles they had while fighting for freedom and equality, the organizations they founded and the legislation they promoted. Read more...
Many women influenced the 400 years of Santa Fe’s rich history.
Learn about the diverse group of women who left their mark on the city, discover their way of life throughout the years, and how their actions made the city what it is today. Read more...
Enjoy strolling in Savannah while listening to the stories of the extraordinary women who are inseparable from Savannah’s history.
Among the women you will get to know are Alice Riley – the first woman to be hanged in Georgia, Jane Deveaux – a free woman of color who taught slaves reading and writing, Mary Musgrove – the wealthiest landowner in Georgia at a time when women weren’t allowed to own land, and many other strong-willed women who made a significant impact on the city and on the state. Read more...
This self-guided tour will walk you through the places where history once happened in downtown Binghamton when the women of Broome and Tioga Counties gathered and campaigned for their right to vote.
This trail was created in 2017, celebrating the anniversary for the achievement and honoring the women who contributed to it from the state of New York.
Among the stops you will visit are the church where the 1913 New York State Woman Suffrage Association Convention happened, landmarks of the suffragists’ headquarters, and meeting places. Read more...
This guided walking tour takes place at the famous French Quarter of New Orleans. While walking along the streets, you will hear all the interesting stories about women who lived, contributed, and shaped this place. Among these women were voodoo queens, serial killers, holy nuns, famous artists, and many more. Take this guided tour to learn all about the whole history of the French Quarter. Read more...
This tour about pioneer women made history as one of the first feminist guided tours in the world, exploring the Old Town of Ljubljana from the angle of its notable women.
While wandering between the central squares and visiting Ljubljana’s attractions, you will hear inspiring stories about the women who shaped this country. Women who fought for equal rights, iconic female artists, factory owners and workers, architects, political leaders, and many more.
Do not miss the opportunity to learn the full story of Slovenia’s capital. Join this guided tour. Read more...
Learn about the nation’s history theatrically, talk with important figures and hear the stories from their point of view, including personal details and inside scoops.
You will discover much more than new information about significant events, but also different perspectives and anecdotes about the daily life at the White House.
There are three kinds of tours (exterior only): The White House as a home, as an Office, and musing with a White House gardener. Read more...
Once in Texas, it is recommended not to miss this Texas Capitol’s tour, which will tell the stories about revolutionary women who had a significant contribution to the State throughout the years, about the ladies who made their mark on the Texan way of life. Read more...
Stroll Downtown Denver, visit significant landmarks and explore the life of courageous women who changed the city throughout history.
Hear the story of Chipeta – the only woman who ever served in the Ute tribal council, learn unknown details about the unsinkable Molly Brown, and get a glimpse into the life of the award-winning developer and preservationist Dana Crawford.
The tour ends at the Blanchard Family Wines, where you can enjoy delicious wine and handcrafted chocolates (might be an additional charge). Read more...
I Spy Tours is offering walking guided tours all over the Bay Area, focusing on the women who lived, worked, and contributed to the shape, history, and atmosphere of this place.
You will hear the stories about artists, pioneers, revolutionaries, educators, writers, and more, and all others who influenced the area.
Each tour in the “Wonder Women of the Bay Area” series is focusing on a specific neighborhood, and the “Julia Morgan” series follows the work of California’s first licensed female architect in three different tours in San Francisco, Oakland, and Berkeley.
Other excellent guided tours in San Francisco:
Muir Woods Tour of California Coastal Redwoods (Entrance fee included)
Straight to the Gate Access: Golden Gate Bay Cruise
San Francisco Dinner Dance Cruise
GoCar San Francisco Tour
Alcatraz with San Francisco Bay Cruise
Big Bus San Francisco Hop-on Hop-off Open Top Tour
San Francisco Bay Sunset Catamaran Cruise
Check out some self-guided tour options in San Francisco:
#MadeByWomen Murals in San Francisco.
Women’s Trail – 7 Places of Female Legacy in San Francisco. Read more...
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